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We didn’t plan on baking muffins. The plan was actually to bake this delicious plum crumble cake recently shared by Lucy on Bakelife. Sometimes plans take a turn, and you just gotta roll with it right? The results can often be a nice surprise. These muffins give new meaning to the phrase “muffin top”. And that’s…

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Gluten free Cheerios! 🙂 I’m now back in Korea but luckily found out about these shortly before I left Canada so I was able to find them there. They are definitely a real thing and as far as I could tell are pretty easy to find! It’s been years since I’ve bought cereal just because…

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It’s that soft gooey texture and crisp outer layer that I love about brownies. When it’s warm with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top, its just the ultimate indulging moment. For these brownies, I found that added berries in the mix add to that gooey centre because as the fruit is baking inside the…

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Peanut butter and banana has to be one of THE best food combinations of all time (alongside cake and pretty much everything). I love cake. And I love cake decorating. But sometimes I am just not in the mood. I can’t be bothered to whip out my off-set spatula and a big batch of buttercream…

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When I woke this morning the sky was gunmetal grey… Then, as I scratched my butt (TMI?) and stared out of the kitchen window, it poured… As I started to make coffee, the rain got harder… And I’m not just talking Spring shower, I’m talking rain of biblical proportions… The type of rain that fills…

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As I sit here typing this post I am thankful for many things like this delicious, easy-to-make recipe from The Hungry Belgian and the fact that after using a mandolin I am still in possession of all 10 of my fingers. Result! This was a big year for me gardening-wise as, thanks to a house…

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These baked chicken wings are an easy dish to have up your sleeve for a quick weeknight dinner, or for your next potluck gathering. It’s relatively quick to throw together, the kids love it and leftovers can be packed the next day in their lunch boxes. I love discovering recipes where I don’t need to…

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Hi everyone! I’m back to you with another recipe: my chocolate chip cookies! This is my go-to recipe, because it’s easy, essential and super fast. I don’t know about you, but for me there’s only one better thing than classic chocolate chip cookies: double chocolate chip cookies! So, I’ll give to you both versions!  …

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I decided to try out this recipe from Tanya Burr’s new cookbook ‘Tanya Bakes’. It looked like a really cool recipe to experiment! I have to say it’s such a great idea to have a brownie in cake form!, believe me! This recipe and method is super simple and you can make this cake your…

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Have you ever made a chocolate drip cake? It’s been a recent trend of cake makers everywhere. The resulting effects are quite spectacular, turning your average designs into works of fabulous cake art. Well it’s not as hard as you think. You should try it on your next cake and see how easy it actually…

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Hi everyone This is my favourite pizza sauce recipe that I was lucky enough to have passed on. So you made a beautiful pizza base from scratch…..so will you spread store bought sauce all over your hard work or spread on your own fabulously tasty home made sauce?! Even if it’s a store bought base…

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After spending part of my summer holidays between Denmark and Norway, where I’ve been eating the freshest seafood ever, I’m doing my best to recreate those typical flavours at home! I’m already growing dill at home, and I love using it to garnish my plates or to make herb mayonnaise… You’ll see it in this…

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It’s a fancy quiche… Made with a simple (but delicious) homemade buttery pastry that practically makes itself in the food processor… You can use any mushrooms you like… I could eat caramelised leeks on their own, straight of the pan… And all the sauteed mushrooms… and don’t even get me started on CHEESE I live…

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Hi everyone! I’m Emma from Lights, Camera, BAKE! I originally started my blog in 2014 but it was erratic and the posts slowly dwindled out by 2015. In early 2016 I made the decision to invest in my blog and after a few false starts I am now dedicated to Lights, Camera, BAKE! for 2016…

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Are you afraid of baking scones? Think they’re a little tricky to get just right? Don’t be afraid anymore. This 3 ingredient recipe will be the easiest recipe you’ll ever bake. It’ll have your neighbours whipping up cream and popping over with jam before you can say “come round for afternoon tea”. I came across…

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Pumpkin spice is the classic fall flavour and one of my favourites. I’ve just recently started baking donuts and I knew with fall coming I wanted to bake some delicious treats for the season. With the taste of cinnamon sugar and pumpkin it’s perfect.  Ingredients 1 cup + 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup light…

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I first discovered Anzac biscuits right before my best friend got married. She had this crazy idea of giving these out as her wedding bonbonieres. Sure, it was thematic (she tied the knot over the Anzac long weekend in April 2010), and a biscuit is pretty much the same as a sugared almond right? But…